Australian Institute of Criminology

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Link to organisation: http://www.aic.gov.au/

Source Acronym: AIC

Owning Institution: Government of Australia

Source Type: Government

Report
3 March 2017

This research examined a sample of 93 victims of armed robbery in the workplace to determine what helped or hindered their return to work.

Report
3 March 2017

From financial years 2010–11 to 2014–14, Commonwealth entities experienced 9,467 incidents of internal fraud, with losses of over $12.7m.

Report
3 March 2017

Examines labour exploitation in the Australian construction industry, with a particular focus on temporary migrant workers.

Report
20 February 2017

More than a third of Commonwealth entities reported experiencing fraud over the four financial years 2010–11 to 2013–14.

Report
12 January 2017

Using data obtained through the Drug Use Monitoring in Australia (DUMA) program, this paper explores the readiness to change drug use and help-seeking intentions of Australian police detainees...

Report
12 January 2017

The analysis reveals those detainees most in need of drug treatment were also those most ready to change their drug use.

Report
5 January 2017

Examines data relating to a sample of offenders convicted of online child sexual exploitation offences under Australian Commonwealth law.

Report
23 December 2016

This study finds no evidence of a substantial concentration of homicides in specific night-time leisure areas.

Report
9 December 2016

Representatives of disability and justice-related agencies in Queensland and Western Australia were interviewed for this research. The findings will be useful to policymakers and those who work in...

Report
9 December 2016

This paper examines the role of migration brokers in alleged and finalised cases of migrant exploitation ranging from low pay and hazardous working conditions to more severe forms involving debt...

Content from centres and departments of Australian Institute of Criminology

Report
15 November 2005

This report records the qualitative research into policies and practices of key actors in the custodial remand processes, such as police, court staff and bail authorities.

Content Associated with Australian Institute of Criminology

Report
1 November 2013

This brief provides an analysis of the various types of Alcohol Management Plans (AMPs) in Indigenous communities, in Australia and internationally.

Australian Institute of Criminology is a corporate author

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